Engage, Ignite, Empowered, Are you Ready? Free Workshop
Jessi LaCosta, Communications and Personal Development Coach, comes to SDSU offering insight into how knowing your authentic self can improve your well-being. LaCosta, a sexual assault survivor and new resident to San Diego, believes that in coming to terms with her weaknesses and strengths, her values and her core ideas, she survived the assault and moved on to manifest a successful career and rich, full personal life.
On April 10th at 12 noon, Jessi LaCosta, Communications and Personal Development Coach, comes to SDSU offering insight into how knowing your authentic self can improve your well-being. LaCosta, a sexual assault survivor and new resident to San Diego, believes that in coming to terms with her weaknesses and strengths, her values and her core ideas, she survived the assault and moved on to manifest a successful career and rich, full personal life.
An attendee from a previous branding workshop commented, “This workshop was about empowerment and identity. It was exactly what I needed to hear. Jessi LaCosta presented the material in an interactive and engaging manner. Personal branding is about the ability to manifest your inner self; your core values, beliefs, and visions through your communication with others in a variety of settings. [It] allows an individual to identify those qualities that are the essence of their character and serves as a tool to aid in bringing those assets to the forefront for others to see.” Sheila Prados, University of Baltimore student
LaCosta brings the same concepts of authentic communications and self-awareness to the student body, staff and San Diego community during the April 10th workshop, Engage, Ignite, Empowered, Are You Ready?
What: Workshop in honor of National Sexual Assault Awareness Month, Engage, Ignite, Empowered – Are you Ready?
When: Tuesday, April 10th, 2007 at 12:00pm
Where: San Diego State University Casa Real Aztec Center
If you have ever heard that your inner wisdom and really “getting” who you are will yield amazing things – then you might also wonder how you come to “realize” that inner self. Join others for a workshop on exploring these concepts when Jessi LaCosta shares her journey from a sexual assault survivor to being a successful speaker and professional and personal development coach. She reveals how others can also move their lives forward by understanding their authentic core values: what motivates them, engages them and how to manifest all that for more success in their lives. For more information on this workshop, contact the CCC at 619-594-7057 or via email at email@example.com
For more information on Jessi LaCosta, visit http: www.bluerio.net, http://www.jessilacosta.com or call 858.952.1489.
About the presenter: Jessi LaCosta is a seasoned communications professional with extensive experience in brand communications She is passionate about integrated branding and motivation through communications. As a communications coach she works with individuals from entry-level to executives. At the corporate level she offers strategic counsel in brand development, communications and message management.
As a survivor of violent assaults, LaCosta is often invited to speak and write on the topics of communications, risk-taking and survival after traumatic events.
In June 2004, she founded BlueRio Coaching, a communications-consulting firm, where she inspires others to deliver succinct, sound and superior messages. She believes that communications is key to overcoming many of life’s obstacles and is fervent about sharing the “tools of the trade” with others.
Recent appearances include: International Special Events Society, DC chapter, DCCA Art Salad, A Night With the Pros - PRSSA, the 2005 Delaware Arts Summit, University of Baltimore Leadership Program to name just a few.
LaCosta holds a B.S. degree in Corporate Media from James Madison University and an M.A. degree in Publication Design from the University of Baltimore.
She is a member of the University of Baltimore College of Liberal Arts Society, sits on the Board of Governors for the University of Baltimore Alumni Association and is a recent recipient of the H. Mebane Turner Service Award from the University of Baltimore. She just moved to San Diego California with her fiancée and is also excited to settle in with their newly adopted retired greyhound Kai Nalu.
BlueRio Coaching Mission Statement:
To guide, motivate and inspire others to use communications as a tool for personal and professional success.